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  • Congressman Rob Wittman On Our Shipbuilidng Needs

    Virginia's Rob Wittman, who represents the Commonwealth's 1st CD, is Chairman of the Subcommittee on Seapower and Proejection of the House Armed Services Committee as well as co-chair of the Congressional Shipbuilidng Caucus. Very few people on the Hill are as knowledgeable about the Navy's needs, both immediate and longer…

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  • Ambassador Ryan Crocker On IS

    Former Ambassador to Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Syria, Kuwait and Lebanon, Ryan Crocker, was my guest in hour two of today's show. Audio: 09-22hhs-crocker Transcript: HH: So pleased to welcome to the program for the first time Ambassador Ryan Crocker. Ambassador Crocker has served as our ambassador to Afghanistan, or ambassador…

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  • ‘Not Islamic’?

    President Obama declared in his recent address to the nation that “ISIL is not Islamic.” But how does he know? On what basis did the president of the United States declare the a group of Muslims that calls itself “Islamic State” “not Islamic”? Has he studied Islam and Islamic history…

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  • Scottish Independence, GOP Hopes and Fear Trumping Faith

    Scottish Independence, GOP Hopes and Fear Trumping Faith

    This column originally appeared at TruthRevolt.org on September 16, 2014. — This Thursday's vote on Scottish independence, with its see-saw polling, sharply divided electorate and unpredictable outcome, in many ways mirrors the upcoming Congressional elections in the United States. In fact, Republicans hoping to take control of the US Senate…

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  • Dr. Ben Carson on 2016

    Dr. Ben Carson was my first guest on today's show. Pretty clear he will be running for president. Audio: 09-22hhs-carson Transcript: HH: We begin this hour with Dr. Ben Carson, the retired head of pediatric neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins hospital. He's the author most recently of One Nation. He's the…

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  • John Dean – Rebecca Costa

    John Dean – Rebecca Costa

    John Wesley Dean III served as the White House President Richard Nixon from July 1970 until April 1973. He was involved in the Watergate Burglaries and then the Watergate scandal cover-up. He pleaded guilty to one felony account in exchange for being a key witness for the prosecution. After Watergate,…

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  • HILLARY’S APPLAUSE LINE: PRO LAWYER, ANTI-BUSINESS

    Since her disastrous showing in the Iowa caucuses six years ago, Hillary Clinton has stayed away from the Hawkeye State—until a recent visit viewed by many as the unofficial kickoff of her new presidential campaign. Speaking to more than 5,000 at a “Steak Fry” in Indianola, the former Secretary of…

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